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  • No Guns

    Topic: Wanted: No Guns! You have a noise in the middle of the night. Quickly you reach under the bed. The weapon is in your hand ready to fire. You shoot the intruder before he or she can hurt you. In this situation the “bad guy” was wounded. Sometime however‚ innocent people get hurt or killed by guns. One of the Articles of the Bill of rights states that citizens of the United States have the “right to bear arms.” However with so many innocent people suffering and dying from accidental

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    would agree that something must be done‚ no one seems to have the answer at this point. Some gun control supporters believe that completely banning handguns is the best way to protect citizens. However‚ banning handguns fails to protect people because the laws are ineffective‚ banning handguns prevents people from an effective means of self-defense‚ and the laws do not solve the real problem‚ which is the gun owner. Simply banning handguns all together is ineffective‚ and that is the first

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  • Guns

    Guns Guns and gun crimes have been around for hundreds of years and no talk of banning guns from citizens. It is our right to bear arms. Citizens should not be banned from owning firearms because of a few people’s mistakes; it’s a form of protection. Also‚ criminals will always be able to find guns‚ so it would be a waste of everyone’s time to try and ban them from everyone. Yes‚ most violent crimes are caused by guns‚ and the rates have been higher. However‚ it is a protection. In the Balanced

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    Guns are instrument that can be either helpful or useless with problems. Now guns are available almost for everyone. People shouldn’t be allowed to purchase gun especially automatic guns. One of the reasons I think people shouldn’t be allowed to buy guns is because individuals may us them to murder large group of people at ones. Accidents can occur due to lack of responsibility when caring for and storing the weapons at their homes. The number of massacres in the U.S and around

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  • gun control

    All guns have the potential to be dangerous and should be dealt with precaution. Guns have been a part of American history for as long as people can remember. For most individuals guns are supposed to be very dangerous and unsafe. Though‚ that is not true. Guns can be hazardous‚ but only if they are in the wrong hands. Owning a gun is a right that every American should take pride in having. Guns are used for self-protection‚ hunting‚ law enforcement and other practices. The right to own a gun is secured

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    Argumentative Essay: Gun Control Gun violence in the United States is a significantly large problem for our society. Many people die daily due to senseless gun crimes. Although I realize that the availability of guns isn’t the only factor that causes gun violence‚ I believe that making more responsible regulations is a step in the right direction towards making a difference. For this reason more gun control regulations should be enacted to ensure the safety of our citizens. The Center for American

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  • Gun Control

    Fight Against Banning Guns Composition 1 September 21‚ 2013 Gun control‚ the effort to regulate or control sales of guns‚ has been an issue in American politics for a very long time. It has especially become a topic for debate with all the recent tragedies events involving children with weapons. The government is now making an effort to ban sales of guns. According to the U.S. Constitution‚ the second amendment in the Bill of Rights states‚ “[a] well-regulated militia‚ being necessary

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  • Gun Control

    Transitional Paper Assignment Once in a while‚ when there are firearm incidents‚ people bring up a gun control idea and how bad it is to own one and use it against others. First of all‚ did crime rate increase as people own more guns? Should people make a stronger laws and restrictions for gun control to help prevent such disasters? Essentially‚ can we get rid of guns? How many guns did we have in the 90’s? In Gun Control Overveiw database this quote was stated‚ “Institute of Justice reported in a national

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  • Guns on campus

    Remember: biographies"). She was murdered among 32 other students and staff. She was trapped in her French class with no gun with which to protect herself. Guns on campus should be allowed based on “the right to bear arms” authorized in the United States Constitution‚ the increasing violence on campus‚ the impossible mission to protect all the students by campus police‚ and the “Gun-Free Zone” sticker that attracts the killers. The second amendment under the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution

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  • Guns in Schools

    Guns‚ schools and criminal minds. Due to a massive shootings events in the last years‚ we‚ the people have been wondering "Is it a good idea to have guns in our children’s school? I’ve always believe that schools are the safest places in the world‚ until December 14‚ 2012‚ when 20 years old Adan Lanza fatally shot twenty children and 6 adult staff members at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown‚ Connecticut. Now‚ do you feel safe when leaving your child at school? and‚ would you agree in sending

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